Best of the Best


#1

My cousin is planning a trip to WDW with her husband this September. They haven’t been to WDW since childhood. I am looking for the best of the best upscale restaurants at Disney for her and her hubby. I have a short list, but what are your recommendations?


#2

Narcoosee’s

Artist’s Point

Flying Fish

and of course the best of the best is Victoria and Albert


#3

Narcooses our favorite


#4

[QUOTE=llama;1136153]Narcoosee’s

Artist’s Point

Flying Fish

and of course the best of the best is Victoria and Albert[/QUOTE]

Theses are all good choices. California Grill is worth it for the view, as an alternative, and I like Citrico’s.


#5

Yachtsman
Flying Fish


#6

I am not into fine dining, but the most requests I get are for the following:

Yachtmen’s
fulton’s
Lecellier
Narcoossees


#7

We ate at Fulton’s last September, horrible experience. The food was cold, they brought us the wrong order, and the service was really slow. It wasn’t worth the two credits. I was very disappointed because we always had such a nice meal there in prior years, before they were on the DDP. It could be they were just having a bad night, but I’ll think twice before going back.


#8

We tried Narcoosees’s 2 years ago and did not really enjoy the meal. Service was friendly but slow, food was over priced and cold. They have a dress code which they remind you about and when we arrived the first person we seen had a tank top,shoes that did not fit and shorts with a extra long belt. Flying Fish was was OK and will go back again. Shulas is also good. Ohana is OK and I would try Cali. Grille.


#9

Victoria & Albert’s

BAM!


#10

Artist Point is our favorite

The best food that I ever had at one of the theme parks was the Brown Derby


#11

citricos is our favorite…Victoria and alberts is 5 star but too stuffy for me,for fun is raglan road …chef’s is very good but the list goes on but fine dining citricos has never disappointed


#12

True, Raglan Road’s food is very good and the atmosphere is very fun.


#13

Victoria & Albert’s is the best of the best but you pay big bucks for it too!

For fine dining I love: Artist Point and Flying Fish.

If you are looking for the best of the best that is not considered “Signature Dining” I would recommend:

The Wave at Contemporary

Epcot: Le Cellier, Via Napoli and Coral Reef (They have great food with a beautiful ambiance BUT the portions are small!)

HS: Brown Derby (I personally think Sci Fi is a must do, at least once, for the ambiance BUT stick with burgers and onion rings all other food here is a hit or miss!)

AKL: Boma (I have never been to Jiko and Sanaa but I have heard nothing but wonderful things)

And for the BEST overall food on property: KONA at POLY! Best for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The quality is amazing as well as the selection. I’m not saying that you can’t get a better meal on property, I am saying for location, quality, price, and selection KONA is the way to go!

Lisa


#14

I am a big fan of Citricos and California Grill. The Flying Fish was good but felt a bit less elegant to me.


#15

Thanks for all the helpful advice! I will let you know what they end up choosing!